10961 - Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell

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  • Corso
  • Villafranca di verona
  • 35 ore di lezione
  • Durata:
    5 Giorni
  • Quando:
    Da definire
Descrizione

Obiettivi
Comprendere i concetti di base di Windows PowerShell
Lavorare con la pipeline
Capire come funziona la Pipeline
Utilizzare PSProviders e PSDrives
Comprendere il formato di uscita
Utilizzare WMI e CIM
Preparare per Scripting
Passare da un comando di uno script a un modulo
Amministrare i computer remoti
Mettere insieme i vari componenti di Windows PowerShell
Utilizzare i background jobs e i lavori programmati
Utilizzare tecniche avanzate di PowerShell e i Profili

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Villafranca di Verona
37069, Verona, Italia
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· Requisiti

Per partecipare al corso, gli studenti devono avere: -Precedente conoscenza di Windows Server e gestione della conoscenza di Windows Client. -Provato l'installazione e configurazione di Windows Server in ambienti enterprise esistenti, o come installazioni autonome. -Conoscenza ed esperienza di configurazione della scheda di rete, di amministrazione degli utenti di Active Directory di base e la configurazione del disco di base. -Conoscenza ed esperienza in particolare con Windows Server 2012 e Windows 8 utile ma non necessaria.

Cosa impari in questo corso?

Automating Administration
PowerShell
Basic
Works
PipelineLab
Windows
Reti informatiche
Infrastructure designing
Server deployment
Network
Services designing
Server
Informatica
PC

Professori

Francesco Pandiscia
Francesco Pandiscia
MCT - MCITpro Enterprise Server Administrator

Programma

Module 1: Getting Started with Windows PowerShellOverview and BackgroundFinding and Running CommandsLab : Configuring Windows PowerShellConfigure the console applicationConfigure the ISE ApplicationLab : Finding and Running Basic CommandsFinding and Running Basic commandsModule 2: Working with the PipelineWorking with the PipelineExporting, Importing and Converting DataFiltering Objects Out of the PipelineEnumerating Objects in the PipelineLab : Working with the PipelineRetrieve data, manipulate objects and customise the final displayLab : Exporting, Importing and Converting DataImport, Export and convert data within Windows PowerShellLab : Filtering Objects Out of the PipelineFilter Objects Out of the PipelineExamine Several Commands and Predict Their OutputLab : Enumerate Objects in the PipelineEnumerate Objects in the Pipeline and perform specific tasks>>>Module 3: Understanding How the Pipeline WorksPassing Data in the Pipeline ByValuePassing Data in the Pipeline ByPropertyNameLab : Working with Pipeline Parameter BindingExamine Several Commands and Predict Whether or Not They Will Work as WrittenConstruct new Commands that Utilize Pipeline Parameter BindingModule 4: Using PSProviders and PSDrivesUnderstanding PSProviders and PSDrivesUsing PSDrivesLab : PSProviders and PSDrivesUsing PSProviders and PSDrivesModule 5: Formatting OutputUsing Basic FormattingUsing Advanced FormattingRedirecting Formatted OutputLab : Formatting OutputUse Formatting cmdlets to customize those cmdlets outputModule 6: Using WMI and CIMUnderstanding WMI/CIMQuerying Data with WMI/CIMMaking Changes with WMI/CIMLab : Working with WMI and CIMLocate and Query WMI Classes to retrieve Management InformationModule 7: Prepare for ScriptingUsing VariablesScripting SecurityWorking with Alternate CredentialsLab : Working with Security in PowerShellConfigure Execution PolicyCreate and Use Alternate CredentialsModule 8: Moving From a Command to a Script to a ModuleMoving From Command to ScriptMoving From Script to Function to ModuleImplementing Basic Error HandlingUsing Basic Scripting ConstructsFurther Exploration in ScriptingLab : Moving From Command to ScriptConvert a Functioning command into a parameterized ScriptLab : Moving From Script to Function to ModuleEncapsulate a Script into a Function, Turn the script into a Module and add debuggingLab : Implementing Basic Error HandlingAdd Basic Error Handling capabilities to a ScriptLab : Adding Logic to a ScriptAdd a function to a ScriptModule 9: Administering Remote ComputersUsing Basic RemotingUsing Remote SessionsUsing Remoting for Delegated AdministrationLab : Working with RemotingEnable RemotingRemotely Manage MachinesLab : Working with PSSessionsImport a Module from a Remote MachinesEstablish and Use Connections with several computersLab : Remoting for Delegated AdministrationCreate and Register a Custom Session ConfigurationTest the Custom Session ConfigurationModule 10: Putting it All TogetherPlanning the ScriptLab : Configuring a New Server Core InstallationDetermine Server Cores IP AddressAdd Server Core Computers IP Address to local TrustedHosts listAdd the Server Core Computer to a Domain and Configure a DHCP reservationAdd Specified Roles and features to the Server Core ComputerModule 11: Using Background Jobs and Scheduled JobsUsing Background JobsUsing Scheduled JobsLab : Working with Background JobsStart Background JobManage Existing JobsLab : Working with Scheduled JobsCreate, run and retrieve data using Scheduled JobsModule 12: Using Advanced PowerShell Techniques and ProfilesUsing Advanced PowerShell TechniquesCreating Profile ScriptsLab : Practicing Advanced TechniquesPractice Advanced TechniquesCreate a Profile Script that defines several parameter defaults

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